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remnants of what was a tropical storm. >> if that is not enough, we are under possible threat of a tornado. we have crews stored all -- on standby all over maryland. people are trying to keep the water and vain. we will check in with them in just a moment. -- people are trying to keep the water at bay. >> it has been windy and wet. there have been flooding problems and another round is on the way. more rain, heavy coming out from the south. right now, the heaviest rains are falling on the eastern shore. coming up across the southern side of the bay. see that yellow and orange, that is on the way for our region. there's the possibility of more heavy showers. you will see that tropical moisture extends down to
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virginia and the carolinas. accumulation estimates pretty much right up the bay and on the western shore, four-7 inches so far with 5-10 inches with parts of calvert county. it looks like some of that area will get hit hard tonight. the western shore shifting over to the eastern shore, another 5 inches of rain may come down. flood warnings are up all over our region. there's also a tornado watch until 7:00 this evening. they may produce tornadoes. lots of other problems as the remnants of nicole comes our way. monitoring the conditions in downtown baltimore is jane miller. they are dealing with the wind pushing up the bay. >> i am standing at the harbor and behind me i can feel the wind against my back.
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we will show you what you were talking about. this is the promise not area. -- promenade. all that area and the waterfront, everyone is keeping a close eye on that water level. the safety manager of the baltimore national aquarium kept watch on the rising water levels around the harbor. >> is this starts flooding over here -- >> we will monitor this. >> we will block traffic coming this way. >> the aquarium close to two hours early and they used their floodgates' even while expecting no serious problems. sailboat or knows -- sailboat owners were nervous. >> there is a southeast wind
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blowing in the bay and that is pushing in the water. as you can see, our bulkheads are even with the dock. >> the city recommended that people own vehicles to move their cars out of low lying areas. much about of the day reminded people about the flooding from 2003. all the more reason for a precaution. to be sure, one place they were thinking about to 2003 and is a belted day was over in eastern baltimore county and that is where we go. -- one place they were thinking about isabel today. >> no vehicle will be traveling them this because it is covered with water. the water has gone down since
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earlier today. earlier today and this morning, water was completely over that mailbox. as the rain got more heavy, the water got deeper, and deeper, and deeper. this van and car were stuck under the amtrak over past. apparently they tried to drive through and they were stuck. this woman was stock as well. that is the way she goes home. >> i cannot get home. i cannot go any way to get home. >> the water is blocking it? >> yes. >> a huge section of the road was under water when the creek overflowed from all of the rain. how fast did it come up? >> it came in at about 15-20 minutes. i drove through it and it was only about 5 inches. by the time i got the mail opened, it was over the barrier.
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>> this man tried to drive through the water and he got stuck. >> i was actually stuck in the middle and i have water going above my doors. >> skimmers were on overflow. pat mcneil had water in his business. >> it came in and within minutes. i came back 15-20 minutes and then we were under water. >> this is from five pomps inside of this bar. this gives you an idea of how much water must be inside of here. -- this is from 5 pumps. you can see how fast the water is moving. more rain means possibly more flooding. let's go down to annapolis. how is this situation? >> we are getting the rain once again. i talked to the people at the
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naval academy's weather station and as of midnight they have had 7 inches of rain. i just wanted to give us a quick look. pretty much up to the dog over at the reserve club, you can see the water is up to the tables and chairs which is very high. that is expected to rise. -- pretty much up over the dock at the reserve club. some are worried but surprisingly, some are not. for those who have businesses or homes near the city dock in annapolis, they know that a good hard rain can mean mitre flooding and they are prepared. >> -- minor flooding and they're prepared. >> we have a small pump for something like this and then we
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have a large one which is the equivalent of a fire hose. when it gets really bad, we will be able to take care of it. >> some feared better than others. -- fared better than others. >> we are flooded from the inside out. we'll come back and let the water out. >> sourctourists -- >> we were here yesterday and it was not like this. >> people came down for a quick view. >> that is just part of living in annapolis. >> emergency officials much in the storm in the emergency operations center are expecting things to get much worse because of wind flow keeping water in the bay. when high tide hits, the water
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should rise 8 inches higher than it was for thursday morning. >> we think we will have more flooding and we really want to watch out at about 11:30. we really have our eye on the dock. >> the mayor is optimistic. >> most people have lived in annapolis a while know what to expect, this is just about using common sense. >> we are getting soaked once again here in annapolis. no planned ejaculations right now but this is something that of the mayor's office for my answer as we head into high tide. let's go back to the studio. we're certainly feeling the effect of the southerly wind. >> we will be checking back in throughout the evening hours. more heavy rain is on the way.
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we have had a soaking rain today. all of this has to drain through the streams and creeks. one more look at the radar and you can see this batch of heavy rain coming from the south. once again, as we get later into the evening and towards midnight, more heavy rain on the way. the wind is expected to shift to the northwest about the time that the high tide is rolling in later tonight. more details on this complicated weather forecast coming up. >> crews have been out early this morning restoring power to homes and businesses all across the state. we are told that more than 16,000 are in the dark. more than 9200 are in anne
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arundel county. i would like to think those of you that sent in pictures. we want to thank you for your photos. you can send them to us. we will check that again with tom about 10 minutes. >> in at the education alert, a new teacher contract filled with races at performance pay will come up for a vote about two weeks. the new deal could make first- year city teachers among the very highest paid in the state. >> they will use those teachers -- two weeks to review the deal. the union and school officials say they will keep trying to sell this as a landmark
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proposal. money is at the heart of this new contract and how teachers can earn more of it in their paychecks after only a few years on the job. >> it should not be that teachers are waiting years to reap the rewards of the work they do. >> under the terms of the new contract, a starting salary would go up to $46,000. this is a more than $5,000 rage. the base pay would go up to 100,000. -- that would be more than a $5,000 raise. >> the idea that hard-working teachers can be rewarded is fantastic. we want to make sure that this is fair and the want to make sure that the and tested subjects are treated as well as those that are not. >> there is also questions
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about training. the paycheck is that the only draw for the union. >> this will allow teachers to have some input and voice on how they advance. >> i'm happy that the teachers will get a raise because that seems to be a huge issue to them. i am more concerned about how this will affect student learning. >> even if the contract is approved, it will take some time to work through much of the fine print. >> the contract will come up for a vote on october 14th. you can read the contract and reduce some of its highlights. all you have to do is go to our website. >> still ahead, doctors released former president jimmy carter from the hospital and we
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know the reason why he was there. >> a new study has ignited a debate about when women should get mammograms. >> we are hearing from several children who were aboard this bus when it plunged off the interstate. >> flooding at miller's island in baltimore county. in baltimore county. we will
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four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor of maryland.
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for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies. then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%. and for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that took billions from a taxpayer funded bailout. ehrlich sides with corporate executives again and again and again tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle class marylanders do.
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>> former president jimmy carter is out of hospital. he spent two days in the hospital. he experienced stomach problems most likely caused by viral infection. a spokesperson for the former president said that he is in washington, d.c. tonight resuming his normal schedule. >> there is new evidence supporting mammogram screenings for women in their 40's. the study found that mammograms could lower patient's risk of dying from breast cancer. women in their 40's don't need new mammograms according to another study. >> researchers found women in
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their 40's who had mammograms also had a 26% lower risk of dying from breast cancer. the u.s. preventive services task force issued recommendations suggesting women in their 40's did not need routine mammograms. does a week after norwegian researchers concluded that mammograms had only modest benefit on mortality rates. even cancer researchers in the mid it can be confusing. >> we cannot make any changes based on any one study. -- even cancer researchers confess that it can be confusing. >> it is not trying to diagnose every lump and bombed in your breasts because most women have changes. we're looking for something that is changing, something getting bigger and not going away with mr. periods. >> women can find hope in new
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and better screening technologies being used. researchers are learning more every day, even if it is hard to sort through all of the studies. the concern with routine mammograms for women in their 40's has been that they could give false positive leading to unnecessary biopsies. this should be a decision made between you and your doctor. >> another study shows relatives of women diagnosed with breast cancer at a young age may be at risk for developing other types of cancers. the australian researchers looked at the parents and siblings of more than 2000 breast cancer patients under the age of 35. researchers found that fathers and brothers had a five times increased risk of breast cancer. the results suggested there could be genes causing breast cancer in these women and other
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cancers and their families. >> bunches and bunches of rain coming down, we have had tornado warnings issued. this is all because of a tropical connection. this was drawing moisture out of the bahamas and now we have the remnants of a tropical storm also on the way. one part moves through was some heavy rains and you can see that is winding down. as soon as that goes, we will have some more coming. this is the association -- associated with the remnants of nicole. this is moving into eastern carolina with some heavy thunderstorms and showers. this will move. our region later tonight. this will hopefully get out of here in time for us to salvage friday afternoon and into the
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weekend. you'll see most of the very heavy rain thankfully fell in the day. if this line has shifted farther west and the city is right in this city, "-- is right in the center, we would have had more problems. the western shore was clipped. in the southern end, down here we see some purple. rain gauges indicated 5-9 inches of rain. this extends the right into eastern baltimore county. tonight's round of rain schists and little way to the east, just a little bit more. looking like the heavy rain tonight will fall on the eastern shore but some of those areas that were hit hard part in that yellow and orange region getting over a three-4 inches. flooding is remaining a major threat through the night. the flood warnings are just
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about everywhere. the flood watches far where there is not a warning on going. the wind has been strong this on the eastern shore. adjusting to 38 in georgetown. -- gusting to 38 in georgetown. this boston area is where the tornado watch is in effect primarily for the eastern shore. all of that kinds of lines up as the worst weather shifts to the east but most spots will deal with wind and rain. southeast wind hopefully shifting to the northwest. we should be getting a shift to the northwest and that will help to flush some of the water out of the bay. still, tides will run another two-3 feet on top of what is normal. you see this cold front and there is the low that brought the rain today.
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this is a low pressure area with tropical moisture. only the east coast has nasty weather. the vast majority of the nation under strong high pressure and people are enjoying a beautiful weather pattern while we have to deal with this tropical in connection for about 18-24 hours. you can see the rain tapering off tomorrow morning. we should get some sun tomorrow. there is some cloudy weather coming out of western pennsylvania and the swings to the region. temperatures will be chilly and there will be some spotty showers for the weekend. this sum comes up but the wind will stick around. -- the soun comes up. we get into another set unsettled weather pattern tuesday, wednesday of next week.
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this is a pretty dramatic picture with flooding on miller's island. that looks pretty rough. >> that is pretty rough. they're getting pelted here in baltimore county. the roads are flooded. we have even seen some damage to some of the property here. we will show you one of the peers that has been obliterated between the surf, the waves, and the wind. this looks like it is a fairly new pier, it is now gone. we have seen some telephone poles in people's yards and polls trying to make it -- and cars trying to make it down here. >> she was electrocuted in a park but the family says that the city is refusing to compensate them. >> sentencing day for the police
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officer who fired his service weapon after a bar fight. how long he is expected to serve. >> a juror is excused during closing arguments in the trial of three men accused in the murder of kenneth harris. we will have details coming up.
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>> after several weeks of testimony, closing arguments are under way in the trial of three men were charged in the killing of kenneth harris. >> one juror was excused, that was juror number 6. the judge gave no explanation, he moved out an alternate juror. in closing arguments, the prosecutor said that all three men are equally guilty. they focus on the police investigation and they told the jury not to convict the wrong people.
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the prosecutors told jurors of the timeline of events in 2008. just seconds after the shooting of kenneth harris, prosecutors claimed that the defendants, jerome williams, charles mcganey committed the robbery. they ran out of the back door of the club. dna from all three was found on latex gloves and bandanas located not far from the bar. this is the last thing that harris off. on it, police found williams' dna. as harris tried to flee, he yelled his wife's name. a good friend of harrison -- of
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harris saw the car as it was leaving. the police investigation was called flawed. >> is the detective was only a homicide detective for one year, if he was working with detective patton it had been a homicide detective for well over 25 years, why wasn't he the primary? >> the defense reminded the jury about the impact of their verdict. >> the stakes are extremely high. three young boys lives are on the line. >> closing arguments continue tomorrow and then the jury gets the case. >> thank you. still ahead, we will recap the top stories including an update on the deadly bus crash yesterday in bethesda.
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>> the mayor will brief reporters on the storm and what to spend in jus
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>> that is the mayor stephanie rawlings-blake giving an update. >> you need to use caution as well as common sense. the conditions are potentially treacherous, especially with the
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high tides around midnight. i am urging all residents not only to move their cars out of the bells. area but to keep an eye on your basement. we have already had some reports of flooding, which may be at risk for flooding. a key parking garages have been made available for overnight parking. i am asking the people to move your car. we have those a key -- two gar ages available. do not walk or drive through large bottles. it is extremely dangerous and the leading cause of death in this kind of weather. i ask everyone to remain vigilant. do not approach or touch power lines that have been downed.
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please call 911. we have seen an increase in trees that have fallen. for trees, flooded streets or other problems, call 311 to make a report. people should also call 311 if they need a card to be relocated from a very flooded area. -- need a car to be relocated. please continue to monitor radio and television for updates. >> good afternoon. unfortunately, we are getting quite good at this emergency operations center >> >> we are hearing the stephanie -- hearing stephanie rawlings-
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blake giving us an update. >> taking a look at some of our top stories, as investigators continue to look for the cause of the deadly bus accident in bethesda, we are hearing from one of the children on that bus. those on the bus were headed home after a trip to the national zoo in washington when the driver suddenly lost control. >> we were driving on the highway and someone said, driver, watch out. the driver was slumped over the steering will and he starts swerving towards the bridge. >> the driver of the bus died at the scene. 12 others are being treated at hospitals, it gives them for life-threatening injuries. the baltimore police officer
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pleaded guilty to firing a service weapon after a bar fight was sentenced to 18 years in prison this afternoon. authorities say that he was off- duty at the time and he fired at the car in which the people he was fighting with drove off in. >> a complaint has been filed against the city. a woman was that a softball game and she was electrocuted when she touched a fence. the first case was rejected and the judge granted the city community -- granted the city immunity. >> no one goes to a softball game thinking they're not coming home. that is the furthest thing from anyone's mind. the city is responsible. >> a judge has yet to rule on
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whether the new case to -- can go to court. still ahead, we remember the work of a hollywood actor who is just as colorful offscreen as he was on camera. rom emmanuel is said to be resigning his post at the white house.
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i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. buried in his website - a promise to replace the tax code with a 23% sales tax and eliminate the mortgage interest deduction. a bush tax panel said families would pay $6,000 more a year. a reagan tax advisor calls it a very dumb idea. but that's not his only bad idea. harris was the only senator to vote against expanding the child care tax credit and against the state's cancer treatment program. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us.
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my dad is the supervisor of a train station and my mom's a teacher. my dad's an auto technician. my mom's a receptionist. i'm not sure i would have been able to afford college without the tuition freeze. while tuition in other states is rising out of reach... governor o'malley made the tough choice to freeze tuition. he made my dream of going to college into a reality. i'm the first in my family to go to college. my brother and i never would have been able to afford college. even though times were tough... governor o'malley kept his promise. there's never a doubt... there's never a doubt whose side he's on. martin o'malley... moving maryland forward. old gibbs canning company. today these factories are full of dot com businesses.
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and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. >> if the car bomb planted at times square last year actually went off, that is what the explosion would look like. faisal shahzad was arrested trying to board a plane to dubai. prosecutors say they will use this video for next week's sentencing. they are asking for a life sentence. hollywood is more than the loss of a screen legend, tony curtis. he died at his home yesterday.
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he is known for his role in the film "some like it hot," where he starred opposite marilyn monroe and jack lemmon. he was hospitalized several times recently. he was 85 years old. >> the white house says that president obama will make it personal announcement tomorrow. it is expected that he will announce the resignation of the white house chief of staff anne arundel. -- white house chief of staff rahm emanuel. he is planning to announce his candidacy for the mayor of chicago. an asset is getting ready for a mission to congress. -- nasa is getting ready for a mission to congress. the bill before congress scraps
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plans for a manned flight to the moon, this does extend the life of the space station until 2015. >> ahead of a popular brand was on the hot seat in capitol hill. >> one maryland congressman is looking for answers. >> more heavy rain in eastern carolina and it is moving north in our direction. 77 at the airport,
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>> here is what we are working on for 6:00. we are tracking the weather in the area. the latest on the conditions. a devastating bus accident that killed a driver. you will hear for some children you will hear for some children ar two governors, two different approaches. even in good times
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bob ehrlich did not make education a priority. he increased college tuition by 40%, cut school construction by $200 million, and ehrlich voted to eliminate the department of education while serving in congress. but martin o'malley, even in the toughest of times, has made record investments in public schools, new school construction, and o'malley froze college tuition four years in a row. with martin o'malley, our children always come first.
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>> executives from johnson and johnson and the food and drug administration faced questions about the phantom recall of motrin and what they should have done to stop it. >> one of the most well-known and trusted brand names in america, johnson and johnson makes everything from baby lotion to artificial hips. that trust took a hit following recent recalls. >> i know that we let the public down. we did not maintain our high quality standards and as a result children do not have access to our important medicines. >> the company learned that some doses of motrin were not as
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strong as it could have been. >> if this was not good enough to sell, why would it be good enough for consumers to keep in their homes? >> we determined there was no safety hazard or risk to patients who consume these products. >> legislators want to know what they knew about their efforts to hide the recall. >> they did not disclose the phantom part of the phantom recall. >> the agency did not do all they could have done but they used to lacks authority. a limited supply of children's tylenol will begin shipping next week. whether the public remains loyal remains to be seen. >> there have been no reports of any serious injuries linked to
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the medicines. >> dillard is far more heavy rain and the possibility even of the fear thunderstorms. we are on a tomato what -- tornado watch. you can see a heavy rain coming in to parts of easton and across dorchester county. southern maryland is getting hit already. this may well fall on the eastern shores. this is all in response to another area of low pressure. the first round of rain was just a typical coastal storm coming up with tropical moisture in it and now what is left of the tropical storm will actually have to pass through our region and bring some rain as we go through the overnight. this is the first batch of rain moving north. check out the almanac and you will see a new record for the
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day, three and a half inches. this matched the old record which was only 1.6 inches on the last day of september, 1920. sunspots have had twice this amount right along the western shore of the bay. two points have come up to tropical levels. it looks like being down in the tropics, that is why we have had so much rain. the higher the two. , the more moisture in the atmosphere. when the temperature gets lower, we could have some fog in the area. this purple stripes mostly over the bay of sometimes clipping the western shores are where the heaviest rain has fallen. in the purple area, that could be very heavy rainfall. most of it fell out of the waters of the day the many land areas did get soaked and there
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is more on the way. the forecast shows a very heavy strip of rain on the eastern shore. some of that will also clipped the western shore. for our region, the dark green shaded counties where flooding is ongoing. flood warnings are in effect for most areas around baltimore and four southern pennsylvania. we do expect some gusty wind to continue especially on the eastern shore. we have already seen just over 30 miles per hour. saul's very gusting over 30 m.p.h.. the waters and that they have been pushed to the north and the tides that rolled in and the rain has not been able to flush out. the tide the roles in will go on top of that water that is already there. unless the wind can shift to the northwest and we think that that will happen later this evening.
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this will help to push some of the day later tonight. that is a tornado watch. the farther east to go, the more prone you are to some isolated thunderstorms. the wind shifting to the northwest and gusting to 30 miles per hour. this area of low pressure is tried in the jet stream down to the tropics and that is why all of that activity is headed our way. you will see more rain tracking off tomorrow morning and moving off the coast in the evening. then we get a nice start for the weekend. the second half of the weekend, the showers and the great lakes start moving in. -- over the great lakes start moving in. 76 tomorrow morning. the wind will shift to the northwest and gust to 30 miles per hour. rain in the morning at around the bay and then clearing out, 73. a gusty wind will continue on
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the lower east and shores. a little bit of sun late in the day. if you are headed up to pittsburg for the ravens and the steelers game, the forecast for 1:00 sunday, clouds and maybe a shower early on. gradually clearing through the afternoon. a cool fall day with temperatures run around 55. the seven day forecast, 73 to mark and the sun finally comes back. more often and on showers monday, tuesday, wednesday of next week. -- 73 tomorrow. >> the postal service will not be increasing the price of stamps. the independent panel overseeing the postal service denied their request to increase the price of stamps. postal service lost $3.8 billion last year. the new rates would have taken effect january 2nd. a massive recall with toys,
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tricycles, and height chairs. fisher-price announced the recall after more than 20 entries. there is also recalls involving sleep positioners. >> more products that safety officials say could be dangerous. >> these products have problems where children can have cuts and lacerations requiring stitches and also some of the toys have choking hazards. >> the recall includes 7 million fisher-price tricycles. the consumer product safety commission's says they know of 10 reports of children being heard by the tricycle. the problem is a plastic ignition key that they can sit or fall on. fisher-price is recalling more than 100 high chairs. pegs can be used to store the trade that kids can fall on them. a variety of toys and soft gyms with inflatable ballas.
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the balls can be a choking hazard. also in a separate warning, warning that sleep positioners should no longer be used. they can cause suffocation is. >> there have been 12 incidents that have died because they suffocated in the soft cushioning. >> more needs to be done to ensure safety before the product's reach store shelves. >> they have to test their products there early and have good quality control in place. they look for products that not only meet the safety standards in place but are free of hazards from all foreseeable use conditions. >> for now, regulators work to keep kids safe. >> department stores are putting up the help wanted sign. they plan to add 21 more stores
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and 15 states. this is in in addition to a remodeling plan of 85 of their existing stores. they are looking to market their low-priced clothing and home items to shoppers. >> about one in four homes sold nationwide were deeply discounted for close town. foreclosed homes accounted for 24% of all sales. -- about one in four homes sold nationwide were deeply discounted foreclosures. this puts the market on pace to work through distressed properties by the end of 2013. that is your consumer alert. >> we continue to my chair the conditions outside. many parts of maryland are under water tonight as the constant rain brings flooding. there is lot of buzz around a
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movie set to hit theater. it centers around the it centers around the controversy over
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bob ehrlich's real record on energy. lobbyists helped write utility regulations. we got stuck with a 72% rate hike. but martin o'malley got tough on bge,
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forcing them to pay back $2 billion to consumers. and what's bob ehrlich been doing the past four years? he got paid $2.5 million at a lobbying firm, a firm representing special interests and casinos right here in maryland. that's bob ehrlich-- a 72% increase for us and $2.5 million from special interests for himself. nice work, bob. >> more than half a billion people around the world use facebook. maybe you are one of them. >> the man who created it and the controversy surrounding it are the subject of a new movie. "the social network." >> do you know she has a
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boyfriend? >> this is not like they go around with a sign on it. >> in the film, "the social network," the computer whiz who created facebook is featured. >> he has good intentions of trying to fit in and does not have the social where with all. >> we know he stole our cardia. >> the legal battle is at the center of the film. >> you are not rooting for one character. >> legal depositions and personal interviews gave the director multiple viewpoints of the same event. >> instead of choosing one version and deciding that is the truth, or one that is the sexiest, i liked the fact that there were three different versions of the story. >> regardless of which story is most accurate, there is no
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disputing the impact of facebook. >> you can connect with people that you have not connected with in a long time. >> technically challenged holdouts remained. >> don't look for me, i am not on there. >> by the way, mort zuckerman did not -- mort zuckerberg did not cooperate with the making of the film. >> wait until you see what the storm did here. >> the harbor has already spilled over the promise not -- the promenade. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the
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national captioning institute >> good evening, everyone. maryland has been covered with heavy rain that actually began late last night and this has lasted throughout the day. >> officials have been dealing with everything from flooded streets, stranded drivers, rising waters. we have updates from baltimore county and anne arundel county. >> it has been a windy and wet day as expected but this storm is coming at us in a key parts. the first part of low pressure moves through today and produced some very heavy rain. now you can see down just west coming up through virginia, the second round of heavy rain coming our way. the total is already 4-7 inches along the western shore of the bay. in some cases, even more heavy across southern maryland
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